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Another popular nighttime hang-out on TonSai is the Andaman Nature Resort. Located next to the Green Bar, the Andaman has a nice restaurant and a more communal atmosphere. The music is generally Thai covers of western songs, but it's a fun place to hang out. If you're looking to party, though, this really isn't the place.
Dress Code: Casual. No shoes allowed.
Written Apr 13, 2003
Ton Sai beach offers a fantastic view of the sunset. A great way to enjoy this is from one of the many bars along the beach. Drinks and food are cheap, the view is great, and the atmosphere superb. Two of the bigger bars are the Freedom Bar, at the Rai Lay end of the beach, and the Dream bar, at the other end. All the ones in between have something to offer too. At peak time it's not uncommon to have a beach party, the location of which alternate each night. Keep an eye out for signs and specials. You may also be invited to happy hour, which is this case usually refers to pot and not alcohol. I suspect this is largely why many of the bar staff (and some of the punters) are so relaxed.
Dress Code: Anything goes - but generally very casual. Shoes are optional.
Written Apr 13, 2003
The only active night life is to be found at the short strip at Ao Nang beach. It only has a few crowded bars as the place is not that developed yet. Besides, most travellers are more concerned about going to the beach and doing sea sports!
Dress Code: Very casual
Updated Mar 23, 2003
There are a few bars concentrated at the northern end of Ao Nang (just at the point where the road heads inland). Laid back and easy going with bottled beer and cocktails the order of the day. Most have outside drinking areas on the street - big comfy bamboo and cushioned chairs, music playing (loud but too intrusive). The @rt bar was our preferred choice (good cocktails) but the Reggae Bar across the road was always busy too.
There is the occasional rave organised, but this tends to be away from the main centre on a secluded beach and entails a boat trip.
Dress Code: Shorts and T-shirts the norm.
Written Nov 30, 2002
8 Reviews and 1114 Opinions Sheraton Krabi Resort is located at Klong Muang Beach which is about a 15 minute drive from Ao Nang....
3 Reviews and 486 Opinions Nice hotel. It is impossible to swim in the sea. Worst beach during low tide.